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Zoning Permits for Home Projects

Zoning approvals (permits) are needed before work begins for fences, sheds, new construction, additions, pools, and many other projects. In order to receive a permit, the structures must conform to the Village Zoning Code. Though initially this may seem overly strict, the zoning codes are in place to preserve the beauty and character of Amberley.

After a complete application is submitted, a permit can be issued if your modifications are within the Village Zoning Code. For large projects, you’ll need zoning approval from Amberley Village before you can apply for a building permit from Hamilton County. Be sure to bring 4 copies of your plan and completed zoning approval form letter. The Village does not require a permit fee and turnaround time is typically 7 to 10 days. However, there is a fee for the Hamilton County building permit.

To get started, permit forms can be found at www.amberleyvillage.org under the Forms and Documents link. Questions regarding zoning permits may be directed to the Zoning and Project Administrator Wes Brown at 531-8675.

Duke Energy Pipeline Information Meeting

WHEN: Thursday, January 26,2017
WHERE: Crown Plaza Blue Ash, 5901 Pfeiffer Road, 45242

Duke Energy is hosting an informational meeting regarding the Central Corridor Pipeline Extension project. An open house will be held from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. There will be formal presentations at 6:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. Click here for more information.

Update on 2100 Section Rd. Redevelopment

Invitations were mailed to 220 nearby residents for the informational meeting held on November 30 by Melissa Johnson, Vice President of Industrial Development & Logistics for the Port Authority. The neighbors’ informational meeting was an opportunity for residents to hear about the demolition plans and overall redevelopment project at 2100 Section Road and ask the Port questions.

Residents can also learn about the current phase of the project in this video with the Port and Mayor Muething where they also provide answers to frequently asked resident questions.

Video of Demolition Plans and Project Overview

The video along with handouts from the meeting can be accessed on the Village website by clicking on Business in Amberley from the homepage.

Overview of Redevelopment at 2100 Section Road

On July 20, 2016, Amberley Village and The Port Authority hosted informational meetings to inform residents of the redevelopment plans at 2100 Section Road, the former Gibson Greetings Card property. The Port Authority presented an overview of the redevelopment along with Frequently Asked Questions. To view those documents, please click on the links provided below:

Amberley Village Community Meeting Gibson Redevelopment Overview

FAQ – Gibson Building Redevelopment